Kim Booth MP
Member for Bass
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Hands Off the Oatlands Hospital
No Good Excuse to Reject Unions' Savings Proposal
“It is very reasonable and constructive for the unions to put forward a realistic offer to the government which is consistent with the financial savings needed under the 2014-15 state budget, while offering to continue to negotiate for the forward estimate year,” Mr Booth said.
$1 billion Sunk in Offshore Detention Camps Should be Reinvested in Tasmanian Asylum Haven Push
The growing calls for the reopening of Pontville to facilitate more humane onshore processing of asylum seekers are welcome and timely, said Greens Leader Kim Booth MP whose call for Tasmania to become an asylum seeker haven was the centre-piece of his key note speech at the Greens’ State Conference last month.
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Revist Budget Spending Splurge to Save Jobs
“It is clear from the tenor of the Treasurer’s letter to Unions Tasmania, dated the 21st of October, that Peter Gutwein is setting up the public sector unions to fail in their quest to save jobs, and to be the scapegoats when the fallout of cuts begins to hit,” Mr Booth said.
Vale Gough Whitlam
“We pay tribute to, and celebrate the life of, Gough Whitlam. A man who physically and politically towered over the nation’s civic life,” Mr Booth said.
Don’t Chip Lonely Planet Rating
“The many Tasmanians who campaigned long and hard over decades to establish a genuine clean, green and clever brand to promote our beautiful island state nationally and internationally should be taking immense pride in this latest vindication of the Lonely Planet Guide’s rating,” Mr Booth said.
No Answers on Macquarie Wharf Woodchip Plan
Liberals Block Union Negotiations Call
Liberals’ Woodchip Madness Escalates
“Tasmania and potential investors needed to hear a clear and unequivocal commitment from the Premier ruling out compulsory acquisition of the Triabunna mill site in response to the formal Interim Report of the Parliamentary Committee, but instead we were provided further woodchip madness,” Mr Booth said.